Hyatt Place Sterling/Dulles Airport-North
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We are departing Washington DC Metro area today. We now are "experts" on using metro. Turns out there is a metro station about half mile from campground with $5 per day parking. Takes 10 minutes to get there, park and head for Metro. Contrast that with bus direct from campground which takes 35 minutes, costs $4.70 for two people and takes even longer returning, not to mention the waits on either ...
... s again! We found a little restaurant that was cheap enough, and the food was good too! A short walk back to the house to pack up all our things for our early flight to Orlando in the morning.
Friday 25th July
(Happy Birthday Jenny!)
An early morning walk with all our stuff to the metro, and before we knew it we were at the Airport. Still had to walk quite a distance from the metro stop though as it wasn't at our terminal. As usual, nothing ...
... to meetup has hurt certain aspects of my life that I wish to make time for. As a result, I have to re-evaluate the role that meetup should play in my life without having to impact other aspects of my life in a negative manner.
A few close friends have asked me repeatedly when I plan to take a break. I have said a few times especially in 2012 when I organized a 30 person group to travel overseas that I need time off from it, but ...
Ok, maybe not the longest flight overall, but the longest flight I've taken, by far.
Washington DC to Los Angeles - 6 hours
Los Angeles to Sydney - 14 hours
That's a lot of time in a plane, in coach class in a plane, in a coach class that's much smaller and more cramped than in times past. And as I was feeling cramped and crowded, I was fully aware that I had it easy compared to the 6'5" guy sitting next to me! Not only did he look ...
... Obama didn't seem to want to say hi, then off in the direction of the Arlington Cemetery, past the very impressive Washington Monument (although covered in scaffolding due to repairs from an earthquake in 2011), WWII Memorial, Reflecting Pool and Lincoln Memorial (the statue inside was also behind scaffolding as a result of some fool throwing green paint at it). Arlington Cemetery itself was an extremely moving place with almost 300,000 tombstones from those killed for their country ...